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[texts]A letter to a member of the House of commons upon the meeting of Parliament - Bentley, Thomas Richard, 1748?-1831

Keywords: Great Britain -- Politics and government 1789-1820
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[texts]Original correspondence between Generals Dumourier, Miranda, Pache and Beurnonville, ministers of war, since January, 1793 .. - Miranda, Francisco de, 1750-1816

Keywords: France -- History Revolution, 1789-1799 Sources
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[texts]The description, reasons and reward of the believer's walking with God : on Genesis v. 24 - Baxter, Richard, 1615-1691
With: The Christian's converse with God / Richard Baxter
Keywords: Bible; Spiritual life; Devotional literature
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[texts]The political history of John Bull; or, The true Englishman, neither a republican nor an aristocrat ... Addressed by John Bull to the Right Honourable William Pitt. Also, remarks on the present state of the elective power of the people, and the constitution of Parliament, with propositions for accomplishing an equal and adequate representation of the Commons of Great-Britain in Parliament, and a constitutional mode of reform - Broughton, Thomas

Keywords: Great Britain. Parliament; Great Britain -- Politics and government
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[texts]A letter to a member of the House of Commons, upon the meeting of Parliament - Bentley, Thomas Richard, 1748?-1831
Written by the author of A letter to the Rt. Hon. C.J. Fox upon the dangerous and inflammatory tendency of his late conduct in Parliament ... 1793, which is erroneously attributed by the British Museum catalog and the Dictionary of national biography to Richard Bentley (1708-1782) the father of the actual author
Keywords: Fox, Charles James, 1749-1806
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[texts]The bloody buoy thrown out as a warning to the political pilots of America : or, A faithful relation of a multitude of acts of horrid barbarity, such as the eye never witnessed, the tongue never expressed, or the imagination conceived, until the commencement of the French Revolution ; to which is added an instructive essay, tracing these dreadful effects to their real causes - Cobbett, William, 1763-1835

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